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Identifying Goshuin 2017/11/19 00:14
As I lost the notes for the first few I got, any assistance would be fantastic. I've posted an album of the images in question here:

I know the very first one on the right is Sensoji. The next few should be from Ueno Park, the next few should be from Nikko and then Kamakura.

Thanks a lot.
by Goshuin identification? (guest)  

Re: Identifying Goshuin 2017/11/19 13:22
First Top
Left:Shinobazu-no-ike Bentendo, Kaneiji

Second Top
Right:Gojo ten Jinja

Third Top
Left:Nikko-san Rin-no-Ji, Taiyu-In

Forth Top
Right:Nikko Futara San Jinja
Left:Nikko Tosho-Gu

Fifth Top
Right:Tosho-Gu Okumiya
Left:Tosho-Gu Nakiryu(Yakushido)

Sixth Top
Right:Engakuji, Kamakura
Left:Engakuji-San nai-Butsunichian

Seventh Top
Right:Daihonzan Kencho-Ji
Left:Daihonzan kencho-Ji

Eighth Top
Right:Fukugen-san Meigetsu-In


Note:You are visiting Ueno on Nov 5, Nikko Nov 6 and Kamakura on Nov 7.
by tokyo friend 48 rate this post as useful

Re: Identifying Goshuin 2017/11/19 15:10
Thank you so very much! I noticed that the names you gave are sometimes different from what I remember - can I possibly abuse your kindness to check the rest of the goshuin we collected, just in case?

Again, many thanks for your help.
by Gunther (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Identifying Goshuin 2017/11/20 05:31
First Top
Right:Daitokuji-san-nai, Daisen-In (Kyoto, Nov 9)
Left:Fushimi Inari Taisha(Kyoto, Nov 10)

Second Top
Right:Fushimi Inari Taisha, Oku-sha(Kyoto, Nov 10)
Left:Inari yama(Kyoto, Nov 10)

Third Top
Right:Byo-Do-In, Houou-Do(Kyoto, Nov 10)

Fourth Top
Right:Kitano-Ten Mangu(Kyoto, Nov 11)
Left:Sanju-Sangen-Do(Kyoto, Nov 11)

Fifth Top
Right:Chi-Shaku-In(Kyoto, Nov 11)
Left:Eifuku-Ji(Tako-Yakushi-Do), Kyoto, Nov 11

Sixth Top
Right:SeiganJi(Kyoto, Nov 11)
Left:Itsuku-Shima-Jinja(Hiroshima, Nov 12)

Seventh Top:
Right:Itsuku-Shima-Benzaiten, Daigan-Ji(Hiroshima, Nov 12)
Left:Miyajima, Misen-Hondo(Dai-Sho-In)

Eighth Top
Right:Shinagawa-Jinja(Tokyo, Nov 14)
Left:Meiji-Jingu(Tokyo, Nov 15)
by tokyo friend 48 rate this post as useful

Re: Identifying Goshuin 2017/11/20 05:39
Once again thank you for this invaluable help.
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